Is Poverty a Hindrance to Succeed?

Philippines
October 13, 2007 4:26am CST
for me poverty is never be a hindrance for us to succeed, in fact it is a great challenge for us to work harder to reach whatever goal our life is...
5 responses
@goodsign (2287)
• Malaysia
13 Oct 07
i think you're right there and unerring with your statement for poverty a hindrance to succeed. Many people who are qualified in their academic learning could not proceed their ideas and future planing because of financial difficulties i.e. poverty. So i agree with your sincere thought. Thanks.
• Philippines
13 Oct 07
it is really sad to know that those who have the ability to have good changes in our society and be a great help are lacking of finacial support. we can't change the fact that some countries and peolple are so poor in economic and financial matters.
@raijin (10371)
• Philippines
13 Oct 07
I believe poverty is not a hindrance, since we also came on that state in life. If one is willing, persevere and positive-minded, I don't think that impossible things can be achived. I guess all we know need is a chance to prove our wrth, as we lack opportunity in making a good means of living.
• Philippines
13 Oct 07
yeah we all need to do our best and keep in praying for god's guidance, to give us perseverance to continue these journey called life. and we also must learn to enjoy simple pleasures in life that makes it more colorfull.Nothing is possible if you keep it mind and of courese, prayers ia most imporatnat thing above all.. stay blessed and happy . god bless you more and stay fit
@Philxav (733)
• Malaysia
17 Oct 07
No.. it should not be. Yes its a challenge for one to work harder and achieve his or her dreams. Its all in our hands what we want to be.
@surajpkn (582)
• India
13 Oct 07
yes, i have seen many students from poor family doing wonders in their study. They study and do part time jobs but they somehow manage everything and they emerge as the brightest students in college. I have some of my friends doing so. Its a lot of inspiration seeing such young students, fighting so hard to find their way in life and succeeding every step as they make it and never once do they fail or lose their courage because they are poor.
@ryanphil01 (4184)
• Philippines
13 Oct 07
History tells us of many successful men and women who were born less fortunate yet they become great men and women in their own chosen career. They rose to wealth and notoriety. To them poverty was never a hindrance to have reached the point where they are now. They took poverty as a challenge, a drive, to work for the better. In other words, anything is possible with hard work, commitment and determination to reach one's goals.